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Sword Viking Hedeby, S. IX

Sword viking Hedeby, S. XI. The blade of this replica is forged in steel EN45 tempered. The edges are not sharp and the spike is riveted to the pommel. The handle of a wooden core is lined in red leather and presented rings of brass richly decorated in both ends. The guard and pommel are made of brass. This ancient medieval sword is complete with a red sheath of wood with a leather lining. The steel used is not rust proof and may show a slight fogging of the surface in some places. We recommend that you do a maintenance once in a while of the blade and the sheath, for example, using oil-Ballistol, which is ideal for the care of the steel.


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This sword viking beautifully detailed is a reconstruction of the discovery of a burial, finely crafted and remarkably well-preserved excavated in Hedeby (also called Haithabu), and it is believed that it belonged to a Danish nobleman of the NINTH century or a viking warrior rico. The archaeological work original is on display in the Viking Museum in Hedeby. The site of the Old Viking of Hedeby, the place of settlement and trade in viking most important in the peninsula of Jutland (near the city of Schleswig, once in Danish territory, and now in the north of Germany), entered in the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 2018.

In terms of the shape, this sword with a single hand is a classic example of a weapon nordic handled by the vikings. Presents the typical characteristics of a traditional sword of the Dark Age: a guard is short, straight blade double-edged with a pommel more width and a distinctive knob multilobulated.


Data sheet

90 cms.
Blade long
74 cms.
1450 grs.
Width at Guard
5 cms.
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